Advancing, therefore, without much order, they had just crossed the brook with a part of their followers, when they were assailed in front, flank, and rear at once, with an impetuosity to which, in their confused and ill-prepared
condition, it was impossible to offer effectual resistance.
Although 50% of 18 to 34-year-olds reckon a bad winter is likely, as many as 88% of them are ill-prepared
to deal with it.
More than 150,000 students a year arrive in this country to study at university, often ill-prepared
for what lies ahead.
NEW research shows that motorists are ill-prepared
for a puncture, with an astonishing 1.
To change that [UAE being ill-prepared
for disaster] Khalifa University has launched a master's degree programme in internal and civil security, the first of its kind in the country.
family from Tyneside, with a child as young as two, became stranded while walking in the Lake District, sparking a rescue operation.
Professor Denko Maleski says a good assessment should be made what could be gained and lost, while career diplomat Risto Nikovski says that an ill-prepared
attempt at making a crucial turnabout by terminating meditation may bring about far-reaching consequences.
But when Cuellar (above) spotted our reporter at the Villa training ground recently he caught her a little ill-prepared
Administrators of the ACT test released a report that showed the state's high schoolers are ill-prepared
for college-level work in four core subjects: English, math, social studies and science.
My spy reveals: "She's as ill-prepared
to be a full-time wife and mother as her husband is to provide for the family.
Understanding that most in the business of education feel politically ill-prepared
or apprehensive, authors Patricia Clarke White, Thomas Harvey and Lawrence Kemper help leaders at all levels discover more about themselves and in turn about their own political styles.
climbers rescued from an Anglesey cliff face were criticised by rescuers yesterday.